Lords are known as the “The Home of Cricket” and have a historic presence by all means. As per Lords Cricket Ground Fixture, the ground regularly hosts Natwest T20 Vitality Blast, National T20 Blast, and England cricket matches. Lords Ground to host Specsavers County Championship, Royal One-Day Cup, The Hundred, and The Hundred Women games.
The stadium will start its cricket summer with the opening match between Middlesex and Worcestershire for Specsavers County Championship. Lot more cricket entertainment coming home the Natwest Vitality Blast and other tournaments. According to the England Schedule 2020, West Indies tour England in June starting with the three-Test match series.
The 3rd Test of the schedule will be played under the ICC World Test Championship. Lot more coming about Vitality Blast four games of the first phase. Lords Ground wonâ€™t host the single game for Royal One-Day Cup due to busy schedule as Pakistan, Australia and West Indies Test, ODI and Twenty20 series.
As per Australia Tour of England 2020, 1st One-Day International scheduled at Lordâ€™s Ground starting from July 11. Australia to play Test, ODI and Twenty20 just after West Indies finishes their tour. After completing the tour, Australia will be back at home and Pakistan will tour for Test, ODI, and Twenty20 matches. As per the Pakistan Cricket Schedule, 1st Test match scheduled at Lords on July 30. The Test series amongst both teams is part of the ICC World Test Championship.
- The Hundred
- The Womenâ€™s Hundred
- Pakistan Tour of England
- Australia Tour of England
- Natwest T20 Vitality Blast
- West Indies Tour of England
- Specsavers County Championship
In the first-class cricket format, Middlesex and London Spirit play their Specsavers County Championship. The first match of “The Hundred” tournament scheduled between the London Spirit and Nothern Supercharges.
The Womenâ€™s Hundred tournament to commence between London Spirit Women v Northern Superchargers Women on July 30th. Lot more cricket coming to the stadium in the form of domestic Twenty20 tournaments.
|Apr 12 - Apr 15||Middlesex v Worcestershire||Specsavers County Championship|
|Apr 25 - Apr 28||Middlesex v Derbyshire||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 8 - May 11||Middlesex v Nottinghamshire||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 22 - May 25||Middlesex v Leicestershire||Specsavers County Championship|
|May 31Â (20 ovs)||Middlesex v Gloucestershire||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 4Â (20 ovs)||Middlesex v Hampshire||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 11Â (20 ovs)||Middlesex v Sussex||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 18Â (20 ovs)||Middlesex v Kent||Vitality Blast|
|Jun 25 - Jun 29||3rd Test -Â England v West Indies||ICC World Test Championship|
|Jul 2Â (20 ovs)||Middlesex v Surrey||Vitality Blast|
|Jul 11Â (50 ovs)Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â||1st ODI -Â England v Australia||ODI Series|
|Jul 21 (20 ovs)||London Spirit v Trent Rockets||The Hundred|
|Jul 23 (20 ovs)||London Spirit v Northern Superchargers||The Hundred|
|Jul 23 (20 ovs)||London Spirit Women v Northern Superchargers Women||The Women's Hundred|
|Jul 30 - Aug 3||1st Test -Â England v Pakistan||ICC World Test Championship|
|Aug 6 (20 ovs)||London Spirit v Oval Invincibles||The Hundred|
|Aug 12 (20 ovs)||London Spirit v Southern Brave||The Hundred|
|Sep 8 - Sep 11||Middlesex v Durham||Specsavers County Championship|
|Sep 22 - Sep 25||Middlesex v Sussex||Specsavers County Championship|